I need to check that out. Cheapjack goon tactics!
That guy is also the one that pulls up at the fast food drive-thru with no idea of what he wants to eat that day. He ponders the menu's complexities like he is reading Dead Sea Scrolls.
The Jon Jay Troll was the all-time champion. I'd have to say from the current field staff, Jeff Albert has been regular target for fan abuse. The Mike Shildt honeymoon is over, but Jeff has been a frontline target.
Other teams, like the Brewers, added relief help on the fly to maintain depth this season. The Cardinals have famously failed to invest in the correct free-agent relievers (Brett Cecil! Greg Holland!) and they will need to correct that during this offseason.
I agree. Even Nolan Arenado has fallen in that trap this season. This is why I advocate a one-man bench for next year -- the back-up catcher -- with the rest of the position players rising to starter-level for the Cardinals. The Dodgers, Yankees, Giants and Brewers are good examples of teams that can move guys in and out of the lineup to get favorable matchups and prevent extend slumps.
The common view of Liberatore within the industry is that he can become a solid middle-of-the-order starting pitcher who can fit in this rotation mix for a long time.
If Bill DeWitt Jr. didn't care, he would not have agreed to take on the massive Nolan Arenado financial commitment. And once the injuries hit, he would ordered massive cost-cutting as the Cubs ownership did.
Once again, there will likely be Wainwright, Flaherty, Hudson, Mikolas and Reyes as the likely starting five with at least one of the lefties brought back for depth.
I forgot about the Kolten Wong Troll. And who knows, now Wong might win the MVP of the NLCS if the Brewers go on a magical run. When healthy, he has made a nice different for that team.
I believe he got the Atlanta Braves attention during the 2019 NLDS and the whole industry's attention in '20 when the Cardinals survived their length pandemic shutdown.
We'll see next year. I would expect the team to make multiple bullpen additions, but right now a Gallegos/Cabrera tag team could make sense.
He is sitting second today at the Korn event. Talk about a long road, trying to climb that tall pro golf ladders is a chore. There are many thousands of excellent golfers fighting for those top few hundred opportunities.
The Philadelphia Phillies are streaking. Right now they look like the team that can finally make a move on that spot.
These are questions to be answered. The Tigers better be able to spread the field with their passing attack or it will be a long year. This team doesn't appear equipped to grind out field position victories in the SEC. Bazelak needs to have a big year and I believe he can get it done. He's hung in against pretty strong adversity to get to this point.
That sounds like a Mizzou fan. And that sums up why Mizzou remains a second-tier SEC athletic program.
No, I believe his worst fear was already realized when Jack Flaherty had an oblique strain followed by a shoulder strain wipe out what could have been a Cy Young-caliber season.